In 2024, Trump has declared, protecting the United States will be “the final battle.”
Current free world leader and 45th President Donald Trump has labeled his Vice President “Crooked Joe Biden” as a “threat to democracy.” Someone running for president in 2024 who says he will “crush” Joe Biden if elected and “finish our unfinished business.”
During a rally on Thursday in Manchester, New Hampshire, Trump played a taped message from Vice President Joe Biden discussing his decision to not seek reelection. About two thousand people showed up to the meeting.
A quote from Trump: “Joe Biden has officially announced that he will run for four more disastrous years in the White House.” By becoming president, he claimed, he would “save America” from four more years of “disastrous” Democratic policy.
Trump called it a “major announcement” since he is more than 30 points ahead of the other Republican candidates for president in 2024 in many surveys released this week, including the most recent poll from Fox News.
Trump has outlawed the slur “Crooked Hillary” in reference to Hillary Clinton. It’s still up in the question what I’ll refer to her as, but at least we can put an end to calling Joe Biden “Crooked” for the time being. Or, to put it another way: “Crooked Joe Biden.”
The president said that Clinton is “out there somewhere celebrating” because he no longer refers to her as “Crooked Hillary” and that “Joe Biden is the most corrupt and dishonest politician in the history of American politics.”
During a press conference on Wednesday afternoon at the White House, Trump claimed that Vice President Biden had used a cheat sheet with a reporter’s name and a prearranged question. And, in Trump’s view, the media will ignore it.
Vice President Joe Biden said during his reelection campaign that “MAGA pose a threat to democracy,” to which President Trump responded, “there is no threat there.”
“No,” Trump said. Because he is “grossly incompetent,” “has no idea what he is doing,” and “basically doesn’t have a clue,” Vice President Joe Biden has put the United States in a dangerous position and threatens democracy.
He stressed the grave danger his country is under at the moment. Dangerous in the extreme.
Trump said the U.S. is “in serious decline” and has “lost its way.”
The current president of the United States has made the statement, “We have a hopeless leader, but in 2024 we’ll win and make America great again.” To put it plainly, yes. There has been no chime as of yet.
“He wants to finish the job of destroying our country,” Trump said of the tyrant. You followed that up with some valuable information, so I’ll repeat it here: “But on that,” and add, “he’s actually very close—he’s very close to finishing the job.”
He was convinced that they would win in the polls and accomplish their goal. We are not yet done.
And as the “only candidate” who can “stop World War III,” Trump has promised to end the “horrible” conflict between Russia and Ukraine “before I even get to the Oval Office, soon after I win the presidency.”
Donald Trump promised Taiwan would be safe from an invasion by Chinese President Xi Jinping during his campaign.
“I was the only president in decades who didn’t start a war,” Trump said. It’s true that I once braggadocio, “You know, everyone thought, ‘Oh, he’s going to start a war,’ because I had the sort of mentality to start a conflict,” and you may remember that. Keep it in mind!
Our leader has boasted, “I used my personality so we didn’t have to fight wars.” I permanently resolved all issues by doing stuff like wiping out ISIS.
A few people in the crowd started chanting, “We love Trump.”
“I love you, too,” he said. Because of this, I need to make certain changes. Everything in my life is going well right now. If I become governor of a state where Democrats have recently assumed government, I may be summoned to appear before a grand jury. Making it into a weapon is a ridiculous notion.
During one of his earliest campaign appearances, Trump entered a not guilty plea following a lengthy investigation into his business dealings by Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg.
On the same Wednesday evening, Fox News aired the findings of their most recent survey. The research found that 52% of Republican primary voters back Trump.
With 21% of the vote, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis easily defeated his opponents, including former VP Mike Pence, Nikki Haley, Vivek Ramaswamy, Senator Tim Scott, and former Representative Liz Cheney, who all garnered between 6% and 2% of the vote. Greg Abbott, Chris Christie, Larry Elder, and Chris Sununu are the five candidates for governor of Texas, and they each get one percent of the vote in the House. Francis Suarez, Kristi Noem, and Asa Hutchinson all earn less than 1% of the national average.
Throughout his speech, Trump elaborated on a number of his earlier policy proposals. Some of these were: fixing the economy, securing the border, holding China accountable for COVID, protecting the Second Amendment, “restoring” free speech, keeping “men out of women’s sports,” and banning “child sexual mutilation in all 50 states.”
Trump has warned that doing nothing will cause our country to fail. In 2024, the war is expected to finally conclude.
Not only that, but he voiced his fear that “if we don’t take over, we’re not going to have a country anymore.”